- Far-right leader Marine Le Pen and independent centrist Emmanuel Macron have made it to the second round
- Republican candidate Francois Fillon conceded after initial results showed he achieved 19.5 per cent
- Far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon refused to concede until final results of first-round vote announced
- France’s Prime Minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, has called on voters to support Macron instead of Le Pen
- This is the first time in 60 years none of France’s mainstream parties have entered the second round
- Riots have broken out in Nantes and Paris’ Place de la Bastille – the birthplace of the French Revolution
Opinion: Globalism takes a stand in France.
A victory for Emmanuel Macron, the mainstream contender, will see a return to business as usual—or even closer cooperation with the EU globalist system.
A victory for Marine Le Pen could force ‘Frexit’ (French exit from the EU) and the euro, bringing chaos to the globalist state.
Macon is favored, as the communist candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon and center-right candidate Francois Fillon, who both received 19.5% of the vote, voiced support for Macron.
Emmanuel Macron is 39 years old and is standing for election for the first time. If he wins, he will have to convince a large block of Frenchmen who want out of the euro, to stay put.
How long would that last?
Keep in mind if we are correct on the timing of the prophetic break-up of the EU to 10 divisions (Daniel 7:24), the church will be gone (1 Thess. 4:16-17) when it happens.
Excerpt: Bible Prophecy 101 chapter 10:
The Diaspora is complete and the last of the Jews return to the land “not leaving any behind” (Ezek. 39:28)
(for more on unfulfilled prophecy see BP 101 chapter 10 here)